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Korg Mini Pops 120

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The Korg Mini Pops 120 is an analog drum machine relased in 1976 by korg. At the time it was consdered the most advanced of their Mini Pops line of Rhythm machines. It has a manual breakbutton and controls for fade in and out, tone balance and volume control.

It has 6 drum sounds, is solid state as well as fully analog. Plus it has 16 rhythm presets with variations and fills however no user presets or the ability to save any settings. It also offered automatic breaks and fills and rhythm and automatic rhythm change. A foot switch on the rear panel allows for start and stop control, break/fill in and fade in and fade out.

Korg released the unit in two formats. A wood case or tolex covered case with close able lid.


Type: Analog
Sound Engine: Subtractive
Pattern Engine
Programming: Presets
Pattern Notes:
+16 preset rhythm patterns
Sounds Per Pad
Sounds Per Pad: 1
Sources: Synthesizer
Polyphony & Tuning
Polyphony: 6
Timbrality: 6
Tuning: Standard
Modes: Polyphonic
Patterns User: 1
Patterns Preset: 16
Case: Desktop
Controls: Buttons, Knobs, Start / Stop Pedal
Dimensions (WxDxH): Tolex case - 270 x 160 x 335 Wood case - 270 x 185 x 285
Weight: Tolex case 4.3 kg Wood case 3.5 kg
MIDI / Sync / Trigger
Audio Outputs: 1/4" Phone Jack, Mono Out
Audio Output Count: 2
Power: 5 w
Retail: $600
Used: $200-$543
Released: 1976
Used By
Jean Michel Jarre
Manuals & Documents
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